Vegan Keto: 4 Pros and Cons

A glimpse at 4 pros and 4 disadvantages all-around a vegan diet regime. Comparing vegan keto to typical keto as very well as a regular vegan diet regime all while hunting at the research.
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Vegan Keto Video clips Showcased:
Elsa’s Healthful Lifetime: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJhujino9B4

Applesandamandas: https://www.youtube.com/view?v=Sg4jnRYAaAA

Ruth Could: https://www.youtube.com/view?v=rlR9wjbCSjU

Buzzfeed – Man Tries Vegan Keto: https://www.youtube.com/enjoy?v=OWmR_RaXOIs

Keto Principles Review:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17332207

Typical Low Carb improved Artery Clogging Study:
http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abdominal muscles/10.1177/000331970005101003?journalCode=anga

Alzheimer’s and Ketogenic Diet programs:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/article content/PMC2367001/

Adverse Effects on a Keto Diet program:
https://www.thepaleomom.com/adverse-reactions-to-ketogenic-diets-caution-suggested/

Keto = 3,000x more kidney stones than small children need to have:
http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0883073807301926
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/content articles/PMC3126087/

Darkish Undereye Posts:
http://discussion board.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=11922906

http://www.lowcarbsite.com/showthread.php/533-Darkish-circles-underneath-my-eyes

https://www.reddit.com/r/keto/feedback/3v268c/keto_and_less than_eye_bags/

https://www.reddit.com/r/keto/responses/1zbxle/get rid of_for_keto_related_bags_underneath_the_eyesdark/

http://www.paleohacks.com/paleo/got-baggage-below-eyes-what-is-creating-it-what-to-do-19247

Bigger Fiber Linked with Reduced Death Level Analyze: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25552267

Fiber = Decrease Inflammation Review: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1456807/

NIH Keto Study:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/content articles/PMC4962163/

Broad Vegan Bodyweight Decline Analyze:
https://www.mother nature.com/article content/nutd20173

Eco-Atkins 6 Thirty day period Study:
https://bmjopen.bmj.com/content material/bmjopen/4/2/e003505.complete.pdf

Large Animal vs Large Vegetable Reduced Carb Diet plan Mortality:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/posts/PMC2989112/

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45 thoughts on “Vegan Keto: 4 Pros and Cons

  • at 4:18 pm
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    Yes love high carb eating but sadly I'm finding it hard as a type 1 diabetic to control my sugar. Thanks so much for this vid

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    I would LOVE to see you react to Dr. Eric Berg's videos!

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    BROAD is pronounced "BRODE". 🙂

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    I don’t understand why many pontificators think that the keto diet doesn’t include many vegetables. The keto diet requires a huge amount of veggies. 6-10 cups of veggies per day. You don’t use canola, soya, peanut, corn oils on keto. They are considered bad oils. I also don’t understand how I could stay in ketosis if I’m relying on foods with a high glycemic index (GI) for my protein. Any amount of rice & lentils for example would knock me out of ketosis and it takes 2-3 days to get back into ketosis. I just don’t’ think it would be possible for me to do a “keto vegan” diet because I’m one of those people who has to stay below 10 gr. of carbs a day to stay in ketosis and keep my diabetes under control.

  • at 4:18 pm
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    I tried all these diets and gave up on all except one. Only the Agoge diet helped me get rid of that stubborn belly fat.

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    The king of pseudo science

    This guy is a trip 🤣🤣🤣

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    I find most of these diets difficult to follow, including the ketogenic diet. The thing that worked best for me is the Agoge Diet plan. You get to eat nutritionally rich foods without starving.

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    Keto-Schmeeto — It's really about Autophagy Activation and Sirtuin Activation.

    How to activate (above): #1 Steady Pace Cardio (low intensity) Jogging / Biking / Hill Walking — while in a fasted state (in the morning)

    #2 Eat one meal per day for 6 days, then do a 24hr fast — repeat for 3 weeks, on the 4th week the 24hr turns into a 72hr,

    #3 On "building days" consume 2 3oz glasses of Cannonau Sardinian Wine (one morning one before bed on fasting days too) — Eat 1 cup beans <with 1/2 cup wild-rice, quinoa, kamut, or farro> plus, 4 brazil nuts, 1 avacado, 1 cup squash, two tablespoons of Natto, 1 handful of dried cranberries, 1 handful of dried bing cherries, 1 kiwi (before bed), also eat 1/4 cup edamame and 2 cups of kale or spinach or other dark green (make sure they are blanched) — if you can eat 1 cup of riced broccoli (make a sauce that incorporates a teaspoon of mustard powder).

    #4 On 24hr fasting days consume two table spoons natto (6am / 10pm), 3oz Cannonau (6am / 10pm), handful dried cranberries (6am / 10pm), two brazil nuts (at 6am and 10pm before bed) — In the morning only consume 1 8oz glass of salted water (baking soda, pink salt, no-salt, tiny pinch of 12-mule borax) and 1 8oz glass of water with 10 drops (start with two drops work your way up) Lugol's Iodine. Dry fast from 7am to 10pm.

    #5 Supplements — Iodine (above), Berberine, Tumeric (honey, black pepper, cinnamon, cayenne pepper), Natto (above), Metformin HCL (Sirtuin Activation) twice per day (7am / 10pm), Finnish Sauna (get hot however), Eat Saukraut (twice per day), Seamos and Burdock Root.

  • at 4:18 pm
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    I really tried sticking with the the keto diet, but I just felt awful and it's also really hard to follow. I then tried the Agoge diet and it was life changing, I highly recommend it to everybody.

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    dude… 7:55. Peanuts is 50% fat not 72 and you wrote tahini twice.

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    Stay away from keto, that shit can kill you.. It's only meant to be done under doctor supervision. If you want something that works and isn't dangerous, I recommend the Agoge diet plan.. worked great for me :

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    Respect Gone! Come on Canola Oil? #ajoke

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    He needs to get up on the science. Animal products have NOTHING to do with bad arteries. Get it right or get out

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    I am on a one meal a day diet with very little potato – absolutely no processed grains, I have some meat and avoid polyunsaturated fats. I have got over the initial daily hunger which was unpleasant and now I feel much better in sleep, energy, anxiety, calmness and motivation. I exercise at about 140 bpm every 2 days for 3 hours and I don't snack or need energy bars or drinks.
    My feeling is that you shouldn't count anything – just get hungry every day. Don't obsess about this research or that because most of it is very flawed – really small samples, flawed methodologies, unbalanced comparisons. Just eat once a day, lot's of vedge, plenty fats and protein and add Vitamin D because you probably need it. Avoid bread – it's like crack cocaine when you feel hungry.
    Get hungry, have fun exercising and don't listen to this guy or anyone else including me.

  • at 4:18 pm
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    My only regret is not trying the Agoge diet earlier, very good results. Keto really ruined me for a couple of weeks before that.

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    I have to say that keto messed my gallbladder up. Still recovering and doing vegan now, slowly but surely.

    Update: Candida has returned with a vengeance! Reassessing high carb. May need to go only carb for a while. Cut out all fats. I did learn smoking causes insulin resistance so I may have a lot of glucose floating in my body feeding the dang fungus. We've got fungus among us!

    I wish withdrawal wasn't so hard. I do have the MTHFR gene so I don't detox well. Thinking about glutathione before trying to quit again. I made it a week (it can take up to 4 months for the insulin resistance to disappear with smoking) and it was go awful. All the toxins released into my body and my immune system was on overdrive. I didn't eat for three days. Got a pack, doing way better now. Going to get that glutathione.

  • at 4:18 pm
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    OMG! My eyes become virtually BLACK when I did standard Keto loool I thought it was just me loool I'll try and do vegan Keto just because I've stopped losing weight on standard keto and I'm sick of the food. When I go vegan though I think the carbs are higher.

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    I quit 5 years of veganism for a keto pescatarian diet. I still enjoy my tempeh, tofu, cashew cream, but I’ll have an egg or some fish every now and then. My health and my skin has improved significantly.

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    ok im vegan keto. i don't weigh food, i eat what makes me feel good, which happens to be vegan, low carb and nourishing. i naturally feel good eating this way and feel energised throughout the day with exercise and work. then sleep like a baby:))

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    Thanks for the vid M.
    My tummy respond better with a high fat low carb vegan diet convined with intermittent fasting, now I know and I'm very conscious that I'm lazy and I should go to the gym, that'll help quite a lot.

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    Why is death the last thing in the list of side effects?

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    And then there are vegans like me who can't eat fruits and certain carbs. Weight loss is extremely slow to none at all using a whole foods approach. Must be a genetic thing. In other words, there's no other choice but vegan keto

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    Thankyou, I got freaked out seeing the keto diet, there was no way I was going to eat eggs and bacon,meat,fish.

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    Mic, love your videos and the fact that you do all the research and homework for me. I've been a vegetarian for 30 years, but just went vegan six months ago, which is a completely different ballpark without the diary. I've learned lots from you and like the way you just knock out the facts with no BS. Great job and thanks!

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    I think “fiber is good for digestion and doesn’t cause inflammation” is a really bizarre assertion being that fiber requires a delivery system. If your fiber is coming from Cheerios, that’s one delivery system. If it’s coming from uncooked vegetables, that’s a different delivery system. Uncooked vegetables are, honestly, poison-adjacent.

    Always cook all of your vegetables if you have any stomach issues at all. The OCCASIONAL salad is okay, but for a lot of people uncooked vegetables are basically like eating toxic shards of glass for people.

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    I really feel like more research needs to be done regarding the actual impact of the sort of veganism (never locally sourced) we do in the west vs the impact of, say, someone who eats local meat and fish. Because if you’re eating bottled olive oil, having avocados and food produced via the agriculture industrial complex — the idea that your carbon footprint will be LESS, that you’ll do LESS harm to ecosystems, just seems if not laughably improbable, at the very least — unlikely.

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    I've been doing the vegan keto for a few years and all my health markers are really good. I ensure I train muscle to ensure that my weight loss isn't muscle related. My energy is very balanced and my skin is incredible. I don't think this diet is for everyone tho.

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    I’d really love to try vegan keto, but as someone with a history of anorexia im worried about relapsing. but honestly even if I do, at this point im large enough that any weight loss will help me. I love the idea of vegan diets but im embarrassed to have to tell people I am going vegan and the amount of foods id no longer be able to enjoy

  • at 4:18 pm
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    Wait why would you need to eat less fat if you exercise more? Wouldn't you need more fuel?

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    The pro of vegan keto is that it's keto. The con (in both senses of the word) is that it's vegan.

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    Please do research on fats you advise. Most are very heavy on Omega 6 and skew the balance between the omega 3, 6 & 9, major source of inflamation. I am just turning from long term vegetarian to vegan but would rather have good quality products. I don't want to change one kind of junk for another, don't see the point.

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    Wheat is bad for me. Added meat (only small amounts) and my recovery time improved.

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    Initial weight loss on standard keto is the weight of glycogen?!? You mean the 600 grams in your entire body, without some of which you'll probably die? Trying to wade through the bullshit here to get to something useful to eat less meat on my highly effective standard keto diet. Not sure I can stomach it…

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    7:54 pls, Doble the Tahini, YEah I like it a looooooooooot

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    I don't know if I agree with Mic there, I do keto cycles twice a year and I don't increase my animal protein consumption at all. I eat more greens, nuts, seeds, avocados and olive oil but I keep animal products pretty low overall especially since I cannot have dairy due to all the sugars. I have thought about a vegan keto cycle but I already have a low T score (243) and eliminating cholesterol only makes that problem worse. When I did a strict whole food vegan diet I felt severely drained and fatigued the entire time presumably from the even lower levels of testostarone.
    I never had the dark rings around my eyes that Mic describes nor have I ever seen it in my family many of whom are long time keto due to the family curse of severe blood glucose issues.
    For the record I have never used an MCT oil to get into ketosis, simply not needed all you have to do is a fasted workout to burn off any residual glycogen and you are burning fat for fuel within a few hours.
    There is a reason we avoid canola oil it is a very unhealthy fat overall as it's omega 3 to 6 ratio is way off and it oxidizes very rapidly, not to mention the industrial solvents that are used to refine it, such a process is not needed with olives and coconut which can be cold pressed without solvents.
    I do loose a large amount of weight on keto and no it is not just water weight, I drop 22-30lbs every time I cycle (roughly 30 days) but in my case the only reason I have that much weight to loose is my genetic insulin resistance and low T, I work out six days a week for goodness sake.

    I never once in all of my keto cycles ever counted carbs in leafy greens or any non starchy vegetable, the reason why is the tiny amount would simply be burned off the second I did my next set on the weights, the body preferentially stores carbs as glycogen so that is gone in a matter of seconds if you do any lifting, hence would not lead to any significant insulin spike that would kick you out of ketosis.
    Long story short I won't recommend keto to anyone but for those with severe insulin resistance it can be a life saver, if you are able to do it vegan that is even better as some of the best sources of healthy fats are from olives, nuts, seeds, avocados, and coconuts.

  • at 4:18 pm
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    So many of my friends say they dont like tofu til they come to my place and actually have non spongey bland tofu.

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    I've been HCLF vegan for 3 years and I'm fatter than I've ever been. That's why I'm looking at vegan keto. I need to try something different.

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    Will a vegan diet turn my hair black and my beard ginger?

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    Is there a diet that will cure vocal fry, filler words, and upspeak?

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    Oh, I can think of a real "con" to a vegan keto diet: It would be really hard to do! Vegan is quite restrictive, at least in most people's environments, and keto is also quite restrictive. Put them together, and you might not actually live that longer—it might just SEEM longer!

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    Thank you for clarifying 🙂

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